Monday, August 30, 2010

Just a few more.

magic mushroom

A magic mushie nestled in pine needles.

Moonlight Heads walk 6

Windfall under the sheoaks.

Moonlight Heads walk  - Wreck Beach 2

A coastal garden landscaped perfectly by the weather.

Moonlight Heads walk  - Wreck Beach

So many earthy colours in the one place.

Moonlight Heads walk  - Wreck Beach 3

Shipwrecked, and this is relatively mild sea conditions. The ‘Marie Gabrielle’ was wrecked here in 1869 while carrying tea from China to Melbourne. The three-masted French barque was driven ashore at 1am on November 24.

paddocks in winter

Plenty of green stuff for the animals to eat this year.

4 comments:

Life Looms Large said...

Lovely photos!! (That first mushroom could be in a magazine....not sure what magazine, but it's beautiful!)

I may return to these brown photos for some weaving later this fall. I have the yarn, but I have other weaving deadlines I have to meet first. They're great photos for inspiration!

Thanks for sharing them!
Sue

weaveblah said...

Transporting, beautiful photographs Lesley; congratulations.

evelynoldroyd said...

Love the colours in Australia - anytime. Would love to get down there again one day.

Tina T-P said...

Your pictures are just beautiful - I was so taken by the picture of the kangaroos - hope you don't mind - I put it on my computer as my desk top picture - Everyone that I work for is very amused - we all want to know - do they naturally group up like that - a "Herd of Kangaroos"? or is this at a park or something? I just imagine that they are all standing there looking at me all day - and green grass and the blue sky is such a pretty thing to look at too.